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"tabitha " Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Little Atoms

"Little atoms nailed any damn talking to tabitha lasley and we're talking about her book see states and type of time. It's going to quickly cross a few questions. had about oil and things related to it. So is the life like for the guys working on the rigs on show in aberdeen in coming and going phase. When they're either going out to the rake. Or i guess most specifically let's talk about coming back from the rake while i mean first of all i'd say that most of the people i met who offshore are rachi from the northeast of england I think people from because they've been involved in a longer lock them Got nicer cushier on show positions now. How representative sample was majority of spikes. You were actually in places like some divergence amid a new hassle. You know all these so post. Industrial areas in northeast england while they have developed skills are in demand offshore foot walk online. Just isn't there anymore. I think there's something called intimate in husbands syndrome on how to soldiers israeli unites men in the military. Were actually. your wife almost becomes to competent without you. So it's not the case or the wives so to sitting at higher. I'm ruining missing partners on hyping comeback. It's more that they got a routine. They become very capable that when the mind comes back the he's off work the whole time you know he's you know he's coming back and he's sitting around the house. Getting under feeds are that is the main cools the friction that. She's kind of what that a way to run the household to raise the children without input but then he'll come back on. He'll be sitting around the house he'll be getting under a fees and you'll be throwing weights around a lot of the time or expected to be unstable got just becomes really difficult for the couple unite..

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"tabitha " Discussed on Whispering Huntys

Whispering Huntys

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Whispering Huntys

"Really have to the bigger the better. Yeah you have to draw people in you have to make people look at you and just try to make sense. Also also this case in point of american not knowing anything about the world. How does not know who mary. Queen of scots was like candy was like almost offended. That like that like we had like a scottish character. Like she's like against the rules. Like i don't understand this accent and i was just like talk girl. You need. subtitles talks fast. You can't also. Mary queen squat squash. Actually if you if you look at the time. She got married. She was the queen squats because she must have been married. Married the king of france. She got them and then he died. And then you know normally like you know back in the day if you married someone and they died. You're kind of used goods so you have to become like the dowager queen or whatever she married the queen of shimon shamir the king of france before he became king and then that was really sad then she went back to scotland where she was brought so she's actually mary scott okay mary. Queen of scots is actually french because she was raised in france and so like that was actually her. I kind of language sisters race in france and so she wouldn't actually have had a scottish accent. I think that that sort of affectation was kind of ridiculous from as far because when she being cartoony she moved she moved to. She moved to move to scotland as a fully grown adults having already been married and then so then she she moved to. she went to scotland. She did eventually get married and she had her son and then And then she basically they were trying to replace elizabeth with scott's because they're like distant cousins or whatever and they're like and she was also a stewart more.

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"tabitha " Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

03:19 min | 8 months ago

"tabitha " Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

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The family <Speech_Male> also disputes. <Speech_Male> This given the fact <Speech_Male> she wasn't rebellious <Speech_Male> and still strongly <Speech_Male> believe that she <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> did not <SpeakerChange> leave <Silence> own accord. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Second one is <Speech_Male> the current theory held <Speech_Male> by both tap at this family <Speech_Male> and police <Speech_Male> that obviously <Speech_Male> she was abducted. <Speech_Male> This is by <Speech_Male> someone she knew or <Speech_Male> didn't is currently unknown <Speech_Male> but eyewitness <Speech_Male> accounts <Speech_Male> and the evidence available <Speech_Male> point in <Speech_Male> this direction. <Speech_Male> The third possibility <Speech_Male> is <Speech_Male> tabitha's disappearances <Speech_Male> connected to <Speech_Male> the unsolved murder <Speech_Male> of eleven <Speech_Male> year old heaven. Ross <Speech_Male> in northport <Speech_Male> alabama <Speech_Male> had disappeared <Speech_Male> on her way to school <Speech_Male> on august. Nineteenth <Speech_Male> of two thousand <Speech_Male> and three and <Speech_Male> remains were found <Speech_Male> three years. Later and <Silence> holt alabama <Speech_Male> given <Speech_Male> how similar the girls <Speech_Male> look in a similarities <Speech_Male> in their disappearance. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Police investigated <Speech_Male> a possible link between <Speech_Male> the cases. <Speech_Male> However <Speech_Male> given the distance <Speech_Male> between nashville and <Speech_Male> alabama and lack <Speech_Male> of evidence linking <Speech_Male> the two. This <Speech_Male> is unlikely <Speech_Male> in two thousand <Speech_Male> and fourteen tabitha's <Speech_Male> case as well <Speech_Male> as those of twelve <Speech_Male> other missing persons <Speech_Male> was <Speech_Male> spotlighted at <Speech_Male> a local concert. <Speech_Male> The squeaky wheel <Speech_Male> tour <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> as of two thousand <Speech_Male> and eighteen cases <Speech_Male> still being looked <Speech_Male> into with investigators <Speech_Male> going over <Speech_Male> old evidence <Speech_Male> in case. Any <Silence> the previous <Speech_Male> previous <Speech_Male> evidence <Silence> was <SpeakerChange> oversight <Speech_Male> Tips <Speech_Male> still coming in. But <Speech_Male> they have yet to lead <Speech_Male> investigators towards <Speech_Male> tabitha. <Speech_Male> The tutors continue <Speech_Male> to do whatever they can to <Speech_Male> keep tapping his case in <Speech_Male> the public side. And that's <Speech_Male> what we're doing here and that's <Speech_Male> why we bring these stories <Speech_Male> you guys. <Speech_Male> They've hung opposed. You're on <Speech_Male> the front porch with <Speech_Male> all of their daughters details <Speech_Male> and haven't <Speech_Male> moved house <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> in case tabitha <Speech_Male> returns home. <Speech_Male> Her room <Speech_Male> is the way <Speech_Male> it was on the day of her <Speech_Male> disappearance. <Speech_Male> The fbi and <Speech_Male> local crime stoppers <Speech_Male> have teamed up to offer <Speech_Male> a fifty one <Speech_Male> thousand dollar reward <Speech_Male> for information <Speech_Male> leading to <Speech_Male> a resolution to the <Speech_Male> case. Tabitha <Speech_Male> tutors went <Speech_Male> missing in nashville tennessee. <Speech_Male> On <Speech_Male> by scoble street <Speech_Male> between fourteenth <Speech_Male> and fifteenth street <Speech_Male> on april <Speech_Male> twenty third. Two <Speech_Male> thousand and three. <Speech_Male> She was thirteen years <Speech_Male> old and <Speech_Male> was seen wearing a blue <Speech_Male> top jeans <Speech_Male> and white sneakers <Speech_Male> at the time that <Speech_Male> this disappearance <Speech_Male> she was five <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> foot. One weighed <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> approximately <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> one hundred pounds. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> She has sandy <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> blond hair and blue <Speech_Male> eyes with pierced <Speech_Male> ears as <Speech_Male> a birth mark on <Speech_Male> her stomach and a scar <Speech_Male> on her finger. <Speech_Male> Currently her <Speech_Male> case is classified <Speech_Male> as endangered missing. <Speech_Male> If alive <Speech_Male> he would be twenty <Speech_Male> eight years old. <Speech_Male> You have any information <Speech_Male> regarding the case <Speech_Male> you can contact <Speech_Male> the nashville metro police <Speech_Male> department <Speech_Male> at six one. Five <Speech_Male> eight <Speech_Male> six two eight <Speech_Male> six <Speech_Male> zero zero. <Speech_Male> So that'll end our <Speech_Male> episode for <Speech_Male> today. Folks please <Speech_Male> remember to rate <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> Beef leave a <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> some suggestions. <Speech_Male> If he want. <Speech_Male> Were willing to take <Speech_Male> any suggestions. Anybody <Speech_Male> has for the podcast. <Speech_Male> Also <Speech_Male> sign up for the <Speech_Male> owl once was lost <Speech_Male> missing persons <Speech_Male> tool. It's free <Speech_Male> and again <Speech_Male> if you have kids <Speech_Male> you've got friends <Speech_Male> with kids it doesn't matter. <Speech_Male> This hits every <Speech_Male> demographic <Speech_Male> You know you wanna <Speech_Male> be prepared if your kids <Speech_Male> go missing at anytime. <Speech_Male> You just upload <Speech_Male> them to the app <Speech_Male> in upload a picture <Speech_Male> and everybody <Speech_Male> in that immediate <Speech_Male> area is looking. <Speech_Male> You've got eyes and <Speech_Male> ears on the ground <Speech_Male> out searching our guys thanks. We'll talk to you next week.

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"tabitha " Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

05:23 min | 8 months ago

"tabitha " Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Claimed to have seen tap get into a red car between fourteenth and fifteenth street. Once tabitha was in the car the boy said it reversed and left the street the way it had entered. He was unable to provide the car model or license plate but did say the driver appeared to be african american and was wearing a baseball cap while this was the first big break. In the case it's unclear whether tabitha got into vehicle on her own accord if she was threatened or if she had been pulled in as there were no screams or signs of a struggle however family claims that she would have never entered a car of a stranger and later tracker dogs would confirm the citing using the scent of tabitha's stuffed animals leading investigators to the midpoint between the two streets upon receiving this lead. Police began looking for the right car. And the man driving behind it. Obviously at that time jamie tudor has had been dating someone who match that description but upon further examination was determined he was not involved. More eyewitness accounts began to trickle in these different. People reported seeing tabitha at the intersection of fourteenth street. And but scoble street. While two schoolmates are crossing over from fourteenth to scoble street she had been holding something in her hands the time which is assumed to have been hurt report card as it had been given to her the previous day as the investigation drew. Juan police believe they've found a match to the mt l. initials on the note. The eighteen year old son of a family known to the tutors however he was in the class at the time of tablet his disappearance was cleared of any involvement. A classmate came forward to police to inform them that she and tabitha had been visiting online. Chat rooms on a computer at the local library. Said computer was taken away for forensic examination unfortunately given how many people at used it since the pair last logged on nothing of tabitha's chat history could be found. A troubling story was brought to the attention of police by a woman who thought she may know a potential suspect in the case she came forward saying a man known in the area had been inappropriate with her thirteen year. Old daughter in nineteen ninety-seven and that she had discovered love letters between the two. He had also taken inappropriate interest and ten year old daughter. The woman never went to the police. Upon learning this information police brought in the man who lived three and a half hours away in kentucky for questioning where they learned he'd been in nashville around the time of tabitha's disappearance looking into his background. It was learned. He had a history of spending time with underage girls and had been charged with sattori rape however his alibi checked out and he was released while the police were conducting their investigation. The tutors were doing all they could to keep the media and the public informed of the case through the making and distribution of buttons bracelets and t shirts during this time. Tips flood in fluttered. And claiming dabba thad been spotted in different nashville neighborhoods unfortunately none of these sightings to ever be confirmed and in september of two thousand and three new league came into police in the way of a man with connections to the area who've been arrested and charged with raping a seventeen year old girl..

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"tabitha " Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

04:39 min | 8 months ago

"tabitha " Discussed on OWL Once Was Lost Podcast

"Please visit their incredible repository of missing abducted and murder related cases which are so well documented. Please remember to rate and review and we are obviously the podcast side of the owl. Once was lost missing persons. Phone application tool for ios and android. And it's a completely new way to search for missing or even abducted persons in real time and involves all of you everybody. That's within the owl network. That gets the free app that you download especially if you have families elderly parents or grandparents anybody in a facility anybody could wander off basically so we want you to download. Our once was lost out again on apple or android. If you wanna be prepared also be a part of the solution you can go to owl. Dash once was lost dot com and subscribe subscribing download. Both the app and podcasts. Podcast there as well and it's also in the show notes so let's get started Tabitha tutors was born on february. Fifteenth of nineteen ninety. Two parents bo and deborah tutors. The youngest of three siblings. She grew up in nashville tennessee. On the east side of the city growing up tabitha was spoiled by your parents. A straight a student in disaster member of the church choir. She was constantly in the company of her family. Who spent a lot of time together. They often went to the race track on saturdays. Tab is favourite activities and it was rare for the family to miss a race tap was the entertainer of the family constantly cracking jokes and making your parents laugh. She was also extremely close to the mother who she went everywhere with. She would often sleep on the floor at the end of her parents bed just because she wanted to be closer to them. The morning of april twenty ninth. Two thousand and three started out as normal in the tutors household at five. Am deborah got up for work noting. She had to step over tabitha on her way out of the room. As we're younger daughter was asleep at the foot of the bed around seven. Am bow will tabitha and had her get ready for school. Not long after he he also left for work and as with most mornings tabitha had breakfast at the house and completed any outstanding homework. She had to finish before school at seven. Fifty a m tabitha left her house to catch the school bus which picked her up at the bus global street in fourteen street about one block away from the house however when she arrived at the stop there would be no other kids waiting so she made her way to the next one app. A scoble street and fifteenth street. This is something. Our mother had advised. Tabitha do as safety measure however tabitha would never make it to that bus. Stop the first sign that something was up was. When tabitha's mother returned home from work that afternoon she waited for tabitha. Come running in the house at four. Pm as she did every day after school however at four ten pm came around and tap is still hadn't arrived home and deborah tutors set to work searching for her daughter deborah. I visited tabitha's school where she spoke to a teacher and learned that not only taboo not been on the school bus that morning but she had attended classes. Either alarmed ever made contact with tabitha's friends but she wasn't with them and none of them had seen her by four fifty pm. Bouterse had returned home from work panicked. Oh for his missing daughter..

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Boundaries! - Dope Thing I'm Digging

THE SHEER RESILIENCE PODCAST

01:19 min | 9 months ago

Boundaries! - Dope Thing I'm Digging

"So i'm going to start with our first segment adult things that i am digging. This week is a cold weather favorite yemen dallas. But it's been a little bit. Shelly storm road in and we had a very rainy week. Enduring that we you girl was sipping on a lot of tea so the dope name the i am digging this week. Our honey spoons. Sound crazy right. and. I know that you're not going to get the full effect of how amazingly dope these are unless you check out the show notes for this episode. But i'm linking them for you. They are flavored spoons. That are made out of honey. And they take your t to the next level. There are so many flavors. I'm currently sipping on a honey. Lemon spoon with a peppermint tea. I ain't gonna tell you what else. I'll put it near 'cause that's my business. Tabitha brown says but these spoons are the bomb and they are incredible gifts. So if you're looking for a nod expensive but sweetened thoughtful gift for somebody holiday. I say you should check these out. Check out the show notes for this episode for more information on these things that i'm digging. Let's get into the episode

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Interview with George Varanakis of The Portrait Masters

This Week in Photo

05:51 min | 11 months ago

Interview with George Varanakis of The Portrait Masters

"Welcome back to another episode I am your host Frederick Ben Johnson today. Once again on the hot seat, I have my good friend. Mr George Very. You may have heard his name in the industry. He's he's got or had fingers in all corners of the photography industry that didn't come out right but. Just. Men involved with everything photography. If you don't know his name, you probably have been to an event that he's been. Behind. Trains on. All that stuff. So George here talk about. What are we talking about the Porch Masters Live? This is your last greatest you like you just like attempting really hard projects and. Hitting home runs apparently. So this one was obviously. Cova head and we had our original conference which was going to be in Phoenix Arizona September ninth through the twelfth we had to make a big decision and it was okay. Do we just not do anything this year or do we try to do our virtual conference if you will I don't really love the virtual name I was like call it digital conference that's just me but yeah. We made that decision and moved back our dates a little bit. So we are September first of the twenty third three days we've got so much content some amazing content. We're doing things a little bit differently than I think what a lot of lot of the. Virtual trade show conferences. You'll see out there in the photo industry or just overall We went out this a little bit differently in that we prerecorded everything and not like prerecord Webcam or zoom kinda thing we prerecorded like shootouts and we had people at our studio We had people at Peter Hurley Studio in New York shooting, and so we've got these amazing shootout through Canon Sony and pro photo. We've got keynote speakers like a tab of the coffee from her famous Bravo show. She is one of our keynotes and she's just incredible Her brother show was Tabitha takes over. We've got mark seller. WHO's one of the most amazing photographers on the planet. You he's done countless numbers of covers for Cube, fair the role I think he's got he's done over one hundred rolling stone cover so I'm really excited of our lineup and we're GONNA do this in a really fun way. It's GonNa be really fun over the three days that we're doing this. We've got kind of a trade show section. We've got a content section. We're GONNA be giving away a ton of stuff and that sue it Nikki closer will be live here in the studio Kinda just introducing a all the classes sue out was just decided a couple of minutes ago. WHO's GonNa do for closing keynote keynote live so we're so most of it is prerecorded, we will have live host, but the content that's come out of this is off the charts I'm really excited. In you when you say you're talking about sue brice. Right, yes? Yes right. These Subaru you should put it in front of her name. Yeah. you WANNA have you set the stage on just a portrait masters for the folks that may not have heard about the conference? What what so Thank you for inviting me to the last one I was I was there in Arizona. Last. Yeah. It was. It was that's the word. It was a blast. Folks that may not have heard of the conference described what what this sort of you know the the soul of the conference is intended to be win it's real versus now when. Virtual or digital doesn't it seem like that was ten years ago. Does right. It's I feel twenty years older I, know. Like as my hair. So the Portrait Masters Conference, it's really a boutique conference in that we have only we cap it at five hundred people We have only nine speakers, one stage, one room. There's no breakout classes we really tried to simplify it and we wanted to give people inexperienced that they never forget. So we added so many different things to this conference that you won't see at other places. For example, we put shooting days in the. Trade show. So some of which are sponsored can have a couple of shooting base Pro Photo will have a couple of shooting bays and basically, and we do a bunch of our own. So basically, it's a model backdrop lighting and you just go and shoot and people went absolutely crazy fort when we when we launched it at it, really we kind of created like a Disneyland photographers almost where you could go in. You could talk to the vendors you could shoot, you could touch. You could feel kind of the things that we love about trade shows. Right you have that opportunity to to touch feel products but also like you could read a camera camera body from any of the vendors, the camera houses and Kinda go around the show and and shoot the networking part of it, which this is one that suit came up with but a red ribbon for someone that hadn't been there to our conference. Before if you're wearing a red ribbon, it was to show everybody else. Hey, come say hi and their brand new they don't know anybody and it was. Just, it ended up being such an incredible experience for people because you go to a trade show, you thought the Portrait Masters amazing show that you wanted to go to it's it's an expensive ticket it's eighteen hundred dollars, but it includes all your your meals, and some other things that we we do. But for the Red Ribbon, it's just amazing 'cause I've I saw a dozen times people just may be sitting by themselves or walking by themselves and other attendants would go and say, hey, how are you come sit with me and and it was just that networking part that that really kind of came out of it, which is really cool.

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"tabitha " Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"tabitha " Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"And nobody has an answer. Of anything that they want their child to learn from DONALD TRUMP ABOUT ONE Let. Let let me. Let me. Let me try to. Just. Going to play devil's advocate for a minute you might. Say. Here's a value I help. My kid goes up with than that is the ability to To question the establishment to thumb your nose at the elites to To recognize that even experts are not all knowing all that sort of stuff I'm not saying. That's necessarily where I come from but I'm just imagine somebody saying that yet. They cannot point that out. Based on on his almost you know what is public of a seventy four year record because it's seventy four record. You can't. You cannot trust one word that he says. In anything before you ever thought about being president when he when he was still a single person and through through is family life and the fact that he says that he had nothing to do bring up, bring bringing up children and. There's no value that I have ever heard or anybody has ever pointed out to me that they want to. They want their child to learn. Anything. You don't, you don't have to discuss the list of politics if it's. About the person, do want your child to learn who needs them. I guess I get what you're saying, and I also want sorta reply to my own comment a moment ago we're in. You kind of make make this point, but I want to zero it in. There so much dishonesty. I don't know what's not elitist about having a private airplane with gold bathroom fixtures on it, right? Oh. Yes. Why and? Donald Trump. had. Still does. David we all know play of wealthy people like here's a person that. He doesn't even know how to handle a wealth. So also, I? That's all I have to say so I I really. Really, don't understand how he has this much support. You think of it. Between your your own values and what you what you want your children and. Grandparents Branch Dylan. That's my. I read something they were the secret of his support was described as basically he is the thumb that. People are sticking in the eye of the you know the intelligence, the the. Coastal elites whenever you want to call them and. He's actually the instrument of. This. Anger and and has managed to fashion himself to be so even though he comes from a very coastal new. York City. Obviously big port city. And he is very, very wealthy or at least fight. Average standards. And so the idea that he's not closely. A lead himself. Fusing. Michael thanks for the call. Appreciate. Life say, my next guest is Tabitha Poem War she is A. Founder of the..

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"tabitha " Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"tabitha " Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Today we're going to get an update on where things stand on cannabis related legislation as lawmakers entered their home structure of this strange session stretching into September's almost never does. They're still they're still working and enough way they are on canvas legislation from Matt Simon and Policy Project He is a supporter. Of the bills the legislature is considering. So keep that in mind as you hear what he has to say, but he's also very well informed. And thoughtful on this topic. In the second. Half hour of the well, let me I tell you in in the latter our. Speaking with Tabitha more she is. Founder of the ACP chapter in the relevant area. And activist on racial justice issues here in Vermont and. Has Run into some harassment unfortunately where she lives in Wallingford her daughter. Wanted to get a black lives. Matter flag raised at high school that Mill River Union, high school that was became quite controversial in that community and. Ms Moore says marriage has resulted. We're going to be talking with her about. How she's responding to that, it sounds like a pretty tough time we'll be hearing all about that. In the in the second of the program. In that interim period from nine thirty, five to ten, we're going to be speaking with Jay Shepherd. He is A. He is a was a delegate to the Republican National Convention. He comes from Essex very active in Republican politics and a big supporter. Of President Trump, we wanted to get someone viewpoint on our air to talk about some of the recent developments certainly president has had a bit of a bumpy ride in the last couple weeks. Revelations in the Atlantic and other media about comments he made. About People serving who have served in our military. And then of course. Last. Week the news about Bob Woodward's book coming out according to the president in recorded interviews with Mr Woodward talking about how he was intentionally downplaying the coronavirus back in February and March and so. Wanted to get. Someone who's a supporter president just SORTA ask them to give their thoughts on what all this means if anything and J shepherd is Bravely willing to step up I, appreciate that we'll be talking with him as I mentioned between about nine thirty five. And Ten but let's get ready to wear I converse scheduled conversation this morning with Matt Simon and the Marijuana Policy Project. Believe he's on the phone with us right now. Good Morning. Thanks for joining me. Good Morning. Glad to do it. So give me an update. Now I've been trying to keep up the. Other outlets. Following the bouncing ball when you're not actually under the Dome sometimes a little little difficult. What what is going on with the?.

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What It means To Arise To The Day

Let's Talk Game with Tiffani Lewis

04:13 min | 1 year ago

What It means To Arise To The Day

"Do you know what it feels like to arise to the day. A. Rising to the day. Waking up believing that this day. Is created so you can create that's arising day a rising to the day is Opening yourself to. The journey of. The time that you have allotted in the day. Now that can be seen two ways you allot time for things that you need to do and God has a lot of time for you to get things done to create the day has been created so that you can create so that I can create. And you arise to this awareness to this awakening this understanding. Even if a small shift occurs. It's a shift nonetheless. A shift in how you approach things. You don't approach things with dread. You don't approach things with A. Pool or tug attitude, but you approach things with A. How can I be better? How can I make this time? To better myself or to better. Things that touch around me that can be things in the form of what you are responsible for. Your Children Your work. Your Business or people. And those people don't limited to the people that you know. Limiting our ability to touch others only to those who we know is a great. Great. Limitation that we place on ourselves. If we're only able to touch. Not Physically. But touch. Emotionally. Mentally spiritually those who we know. Then we're limiting ourselves our ability. Arising to the day is knowing that. Interactions are intentional even if in passing. A rising today is knowing that. You. Even with the difficulty that you see before yourself. Can Do. Arising, to the day is knowing that. The breath that you have in your body. Can Not. Be wasted. Now, what does this say for someone who may be? Sick I heard something recently. From Tabitha Brown. She's a phenomenal woman phenomenal wife phenomenal. Mother. and. Like me. She tries to bring out the purpose in each day. Now, she does this through. Many of her recipes as she tries to share her stories but something that she shared. This week touched me and I wanNA share with you. Her mom was sick. Her mom passed away thirteen years ago and her mom was sick and she had a terminal illness. And even though her mom had a terminal illness, she arose to the day each day because she said something so profound. So thought provoking. She wouldn't have changed a thing about her journey because God entrusted her with her journey. Knowing that she would maintain faith arising to the day is maintaining faith even. When our bodies say otherwise. Even when situations around us say otherwise. Even when our finances say otherwise. Even when naysayers say his I want you to rise to the day. Because it was created. So that you could create

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"tabitha " Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Today's tip comes from Tabitha cavenaugh. Tab is a colon cancer survivor turned executive sales recruiter. She facilitates unlikely connections that turn into meaningful relationships and believes in people over everything he or she is. If you've ever lost a sale, or you're not quite sure why your prospects are not responding to you. I urge you to ask this one question. Why is your preferred method upstream occasion? And I understand hey, not responding to you, so you might not be able to figure that out, but if you program a little bit, you might be able to see where they like to hang out. If they're hanging out a lot on lengthen, it might be there on their phone a lot, so a text message might be preferred, or maybe even a voice memo on link in for example. But, if you're not asking that question, you're probably missing out because you're spinning your wheels and email sequence after emails sequence and they're not ever going to respond to you, because maybe they don't even check their email. That Austin is certainly no people that do not like email, and so they're going to respond to you much quicker if you're doing something like texting them so also going to make you stand out in a little. Little bit of a different way, because I found that most people don't ask that question and they don't actually care how they're prospects, or the other person likes to be communicated with, but imagine how much quicker you get people if people were reaching out to you in the way that you preferred in with your your friends and family. How many times have you maybe hit? Ignore on a phone call because you'd rather tax. So that person understanding that about you, they'll be able to reach you better if you're communicating with them in that way, so if you're looking to keep that communication loop open and solid than I, would highly recommend making sure you understand what this method as and then following that and it's GonNa. Make for a much smoother process on both sides for more about tab the recruiter. Recruiter and to connect with her on Lincoln. Just click over to daily sales. Dot tips forward slash five fifty. She's also giving away five copies of the book. Standing Oh. encore to get your copy. Just be one of the first five people to complete the form on that page. Once you've done that. Be Sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening..

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"tabitha " Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

Daily Sales Tips

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Daily Sales Tips

"Today's tip comes from Tabitha cavenaugh. Tab is a colon cancer survivor turned executive sales recruiter. She facilitates unlikely connections that turn into meaningful relationships and believes in people over everything he or she is. If you've ever lost a sale, or you're not quite sure why your prospects are not responding to you. I urge you to ask this one question. Why is your preferred method upstream occasion? And I understand hey, not responding to you, so you might not be able to figure that out, but if you program a little bit, you might be able to see where they like to hang out. If they're hanging out a lot on lengthen, it might be there on their phone a lot, so a text message might be preferred, or maybe even a voice memo on link in for example. But, if you're not asking that question, you're probably missing out because you're spinning your wheels and email sequence after emails sequence and they're not ever going to respond to you, because maybe they don't even check their email. That Austin is certainly no people that do not like email, and so they're going to respond to you much quicker if you're doing something like texting them so also going to make you stand out in a little. Little bit of a different way, because I found that most people don't ask that question and they don't actually care how they're prospects, or the other person likes to be communicated with, but imagine how much quicker you get people if people were reaching out to you in the way that you preferred in with your your friends and family. How many times have you maybe hit? Ignore on a phone call because you'd rather tax. So that person understanding that about you, they'll be able to reach you better if you're communicating with them in that way, so if you're looking to keep that communication loop open and solid than I, would highly recommend making sure you understand what this method as and then following that and it's GonNa. Make for a much smoother process on both sides

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Preferred Method of Communication - Tabitha Cavanagh

Daily Sales Tips

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Preferred Method of Communication - Tabitha Cavanagh

"Today's tip comes from Tabitha cavenaugh. Tab is a colon cancer survivor turned executive sales recruiter. She facilitates unlikely connections that turn into meaningful relationships and believes in people over everything he or she is. If you've ever lost a sale, or you're not quite sure why your prospects are not responding to you. I urge you to ask this one question. Why is your preferred method upstream occasion? And I understand hey, not responding to you, so you might not be able to figure that out, but if you program a little bit, you might be able to see where they like to hang out. If they're hanging out a lot on lengthen, it might be there on their phone a lot, so a text message might be preferred, or maybe even a voice memo on link in for example. But, if you're not asking that question, you're probably missing out because you're spinning your wheels and email sequence after emails sequence and they're not ever going to respond to you, because maybe they don't even check their email. That Austin is certainly no people that do not like email, and so they're going to respond to you much quicker if you're doing something like texting them so also going to make you stand out in a little. Little bit of a different way, because I found that most people don't ask that question and they don't actually care how they're prospects, or the other person likes to be communicated with, but imagine how much quicker you get people if people were reaching out to you in the way that you preferred in with your your friends and family. How many times have you maybe hit? Ignore on a phone call because you'd rather tax. So that person understanding that about you, they'll be able to reach you better if you're communicating with them in that way, so if you're looking to keep that communication loop open and solid than I, would highly recommend making sure you understand what this method as and then following that and it's GonNa. Make for a much smoother process on both sides

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"tabitha " Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Who? Weekly

"ACL dollars apologizes for wearing black face and old telenovela like that is only railing, because she's dating Timothy Charlemagne, or was seen photographs of Timothy Shalam right like it would have happened on a smaller scale, but now it's like people are already was woman. Who is this woman? Yeah, already was because people knew like there's someone on twitter. Who knows everything you know there's always. San Yes, but it doesn't. TWEET! Tweet me this you were you. Where somebody says something you re tweet it and you just put a picture of them doing something there's you I saw funny tweet. That was like if I ever get a notification on my twitter account that says this like this you and then I'm deleting my account immediately of like. If I! See this you. I'm just heading for the hills. This you her apology. Let me actually just read it. You can read it. I feel like. I summed it up. which is unfair, maybe I am deeply sorry and ashamed. Having worn black face makeup shown in the images circulating as a fifteen year old child actor, and my first job in a Mexican telenovela was pressured against my will, and with no negotiating power could not advocate for myself in the situation I wish I had the voice and knowledge that I have now. The Mexican actress also addressed resurface images of. Of her dress, a Geisha, the other imaging question was metro took to Japan, according to my house, and it's considered an intercultural exchange to dress up in their traditional clothing and makeup. It is seen as an appreciation of their culture, however Anderson that out of context is called for a dialogue about contemporary cultural appropriation. Then she goes on about her own personal experience like dealing with racism off a personal level I will say good apology. Great a apology. Also she called it black face, and she said I'm sorry which. Did Not. Do what Tina fey color race makeup? Race changing makeup changing makeup if they would never say something like this by the way not to talk about it then, but just to compare apologies for black face. Yeah, and I also think that kind of setting the scene just being like I was a fifteen year old working in a Mexican telenovela and I didn't have a lot of power I. Don't know if that's as much of an excuse. As it is like information that I actually am glad to know because it shows that this is not her anymore, and this is not a choice that she would may be made at this point in time. But the reason this is all happening is because she was on a Chalamet drinking medals in Mexico this pissed people off, so we got a couple other calls. I didn't want to get too into it because I feel like the person is like a kid, but there are obviously fan accounts for all these people timothy, may, in particular just like. Well the Timmy Timmy a fan account is really mad at Timmy because number one. They're not wearing masks, but number two there in Mexico where the cases are going up, and so he's like this sucks like this is disappointing as Timmy Charlemagne fans that he went to a country where they don't have the virus under control, and are like flaunting their wealth and their privilege, and like getting pro I mean presumably being around two staffers who are at high risk for the coronavirus without their masks and stuff, and so the Timothy Shallow fan account re tweeted this and was upset about, and then that Timothy Shallow fan account. People got mad at him for dragging Timothy Charlemagne like it. The Fan accounts. Stuff can get unpleasant really quickly, which is kinda why log onto armas updates so much because it seems to be immune to that sort of like nastiness, if you open up a can of worms about fan account drama it just like we'll never stop, but that also some of the fan accounts are being a little Sassy to their subjects, because they're inspired by the success of Honor Dharma's sorry underfunded p-police armies updates like I think actually do think that the people giggling and having so much fun with undefined. The police arms updates They're kind of they're like. Oh, we could have like fun with this. We have fun tone. We can have like A. A slightly adversarial tone with our with our subject and still love them. So then you know you have timmy updates tweeting like in the midst of a pandemic, these two were like fucking around on a yacht. anyways Yeah, there's a lot going on there, but also I do believe that the young people are very aware of this stuff like horse. They are They get what's going on. and they're holding their faves two task. They're holding their ask. They're holding their task high. WHO Weekly I'm calling back in about tablets at Brown. I just saw that she has two point two million followers on Instagram, which is twice as many as someone like Allison Brie has. I think Alison Grease. Stem maybe. does that make her brown. I don't. Understand, why she came from, but she's everywhere and she's so president to watch. I'm obsessed. Maybe you can explain. Thanks. Good form does one. Thank you for calling back I think we had her on our list, but then she got bumped, so we're. I was excited like that. You called. I was GONNA use your of previous call, but you call back, so we're using this call what I like about this person is that I- organically came across her, which is so rare not from people saying who is she which is now becoming my life, and it's GonNa. Be a little bit. Not Frustrating, but like I get that. That's our position right now, but sometimes it's nice to come across I. Want to be like who is this yourself you know and I was scrolling through Tiktok as I do I feel like Tiktok you either look at it for two hours or none at all if you owe me not. Hours. And my algorithm like shadow to my algorithms served me a Tabitha, Brown video and I was like who is this woman? This is so good because it kind of. Amidst the like young people of Tiktok, the dances like what you're seeing. The jokes she's is like an anomaly because she's this woman. This like four something. Yeah, this forty one year old black woman who's doing Vegan recipes on Tiktok, so you're like you're like. Hold it like in your tracks. You're like what's going on here. This is so good and the way that she does. It is very natural, and as you know, because tick tock like short form. It's not very natural to like. Do a recipe. Recipe on Tiktok because you're kind of having to like, cut it together the thing that makes her so peeling apart from her demeanor. She's also. There's a good newt near times. Profile her. That was published a month ago. She's a an actress I, so she's good on camera start. Let's go back to front facing camera. If anyone's going to be on camera and someone who's literally an actor. Yeah, totally and so she's good on camera. She knows how to like Chino's the right tone. She knows her angles. Use The word. She says that she likes being close up. To the can because feels more intimate, which is really smart. She has a great town. She's a good performer in that sense like she immediately like draws you in and makes you comfortable, but the thing I like about the recipes. It's not really it's not really recipes. Like in a sense, it's the best form of like lifestyle cooking because it's break. It's very much like everyday stuff. It's every day respite still recipes, but it's an everyday recipe. And what's Nice is that she has these like tropes within her cooking where she has ingredients that. That she loves using again. She's cooking, Vegan so. She's got like her brands that she loved. I achieved. She uses a lot of garlic powder. She loves garlic powder. A you know got a gorlic pattern. She loves everything but the big seasoning. I do too, and just like her. What she's making is like for casual lunch. Not You're right, not like a bottom petite recipe, and there are places, Bona petite recipes like sometimes you WanNa put in the work, and like make a really really complicated like solid like absolutely. Yeah, at a ninety degree day you WanNa, crank up your oven to four hundred and. Stop it, but sometimes it's like two. PM and you're like I. Haven't eaten lunch. I need to make something quickly, and this is the void that she fills, and I think that it's the most relatable void. She even has developed her own catchphrases. which to me is like so amazing like so like they're like so like.

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"tabitha " Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Garth Brooks I'm glad I didn't know the way it all would end the way it all would go in car. Lives are better left to chance. I could have missed the pain. But I I had to miss the dance. That's rocky Bennington. I know I understand. Your references are wild sometimes. That's where you're going with that, okay? Okay here we go. Bobby Longtime NEOM. Time I'm calling to what you know that the controversy there is controversy around the Book My. Up, but not because of what you said, it's not because there's a teenage girl having an affair with a teacher. The real controversy behind it is that the author of might Vanessa is a woman. He keeps Elizabeth for Whole and book obviously fiction, but there was a book that came out in two thousand fourteen. Ix Raider 'cause excavation. the raider is when Ortiz and it was a memoir, whereas this story in her memoir, which actually happened to her is pretty much exactly like the story in my dark Vanessa and so seems like Brussel actually stole the story from this routine x writer when DC Ortiz. All right thanks Chris this story I think sort of got pushed under the radar by the American Dirk. Dot Eaten up by the American dirt stuff that happened at the exact same time I. Remember the controversy as the other thing because I just read the the exit and was like Oh God. This is like ooh like scandalous. You know that's was what I thought. I don't remember the plagiarism part of everything. I mean the caller gave a big rundown of it, but it's it's just A. It's a back and forth between this author Kate Russell and another author Wendy Ortiz. Who wrote a memoir called excavation? That's very similar to. My Dark Vanessa, which is a novel, and it's a white woman and a Latina woman, and so it's just like there were accusations of plagiarism, but even more so than the plagiarism. Which is debatable? The larger issue is that. Why was this one woman? Why was this like next woman ignored and sort of like not propped up in the way that the author was, she had a really hard time getting published. Essentially, she couldn't get an agent. She wrote about this for Roxanne Gay's magazine. Okay Museum right and she wrote about how it was really hard for her to get her book. Even seen recognize published, and this other person was writing. Writing essentially this a very similar story and had no problem. You know with that. Yeah, so it's less about plagiarism, because that that just becomes a very murky area. I was reading their back and forth, and even Ortiz was like. I have no interest in reading this woman's book like it's similar enough and the main issue is like wight, `gate-keeping. It's about the systemic racism inside the publishing industry in every industry, but specifically the publishing industry but I feel like. Like this whole narrative got swallowed up by the American controversy, which was about the white woman writing a story in the voice of like a Mexican immigrant, but I think that was a big thing because American dirt got way more press, America was like billboards for an oprah telling everyone to read it like right. I think that that's why that one got right. We were talking about American borders. We were talking about immigration. We were talking about experiences and like. Like this was supposed to leave at. You know what it was. It was written by a woman who was like I did some research. Yeah, right, so everybody was like an oprah was like Lula. Full you know, and that's wrapped together in the narrative about `gate-keeping in in books, essentially, so that was a bigger story, and with that we are done with comments. We can move on to questions while from book twitter to sex work twitter here we go. What kinds of things have you been getting delivered during the? Pandemic Lindsey that you didn't normally get delivered Seltzer more Seltzer Seltzer Y- honestly saulters the number one not that I I was getting sheltered delivered before, but now I've really upped. My Celtics Spike some around all day so I'm like your I'm drinking like ten Seltzer a day. You know one of my favorite things that I get delivered regularly. Basis Mike Whip Refund Boy Oh. Going Seltzer to quit, we went from Seltzer to quick A lot of people are using their old worn out brushes, but you don't have. Equipped to do it for you. Good Health starts with good habits and quit makes it easy by delivering all the oral care essentials. You need to brush and floss better. 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"tabitha " Discussed on Craft Hangout

Craft Hangout

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Craft Hangout

"Okay I have to just interject here for one second. It's this is a little bit of a surprise so In real time we're recording annesley birthday anyway and what I understand. Happy Birthday did. Make it into public domain. So I don't have to cut it out now. They did have a cupcake that I was like. Oh any like. Let's bring out the cupcake with a candle. And I don't know where the cupcake is harder week. We can do the song ready. One two three have heard him. You are happy birthday to late. Does the per people were like I'm GonNa just turn this podcast and happy birthday? Thank you fun fact. I'm sorry I can't have whatever cupcakes at your house. But once his podcast is over. My wonderful has been. I went to Momofuku milk bar today and we picked up some. It's not called crack pie anymore. It's just called milk by crackpots offense and then we got the birthday cakes. Yeah Yeah it's really delicious Tabitha. Have you ever heard of milk bar is near New York thing? I think they do them in a couple places but she's famous. I'll I'll get your email and I'll send you the little I think it's a Netflix. episode on Christina Tosi. She started it but she does. Cereal milk ice cream which basically keep soaks cornflakes in milk. So she can get that flavor yeah. It's it's outstanding. She's a really creative and I can't believe she's not skinny. I'm like why the heck yeah. She's nuts skinny four. Bring it on home. Bring it on home. Lastly Tabitha but most importantly. Where can people find you? They can find me on facebook. It's Nick Harper manner. You can find me on instagram at Macarthur manner and then you can find it on Youtube at made with MC Harper. What's your website? Make Harker manner DOT com. Everybody I'M GONNA put links to Tabitha knows it's just really torture. You like saying alowed. Say all the links and when you forget stupid anyway thank you so much Tabitha. I'm so glad we got to hang with you this way. You're welcome and I guess. Crafty it was such a pleasure to hang out with Tabitha. She's a friend we met last year and we thought we were going to hang out with her again in real life during craft -cation twenty twenty which by the way it was supposed to take place this week but for obvious reasons. It's not happening this month. So from a personal perspective it was so nice to hang with virtually on our podcast and introduced her for real to you guys and give her a spotlight to share with you. Some of the amazing things that she's doing during this time of crisis I think the biggest takeaways from this hang besides be open to making new friends as an adult is about learning when to not panic.

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Trump Again Promotes Use of Unproven Anti-Malaria Drug; Deaths in Country May Be Undercounted

Mark and Melynda

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Again Promotes Use of Unproven Anti-Malaria Drug; Deaths in Country May Be Undercounted

"Morning president trump is touting and unproven drugs New York times Washington post with a lot of criticism of president trump over his saying some good things about the effects of the malaria drug in treating coronavirus patients it was a big big topic in the briefing yesterday well and it's interesting that we had a tax that came into it because I said well how their president trump give hope and we had a tax that came in and sent home about eight years ago wasn't that the message open yes it will now we can't have that now we can't be positive ten way Ohio state representative Tabitha galant skis a Democrat she says today she's going to file a charge with the world court charging president trump with crimes against humanity we're saying these positive things about the malaria drug and giving false hope for causing people to take a drug that does more harm than

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DIY Girl Power: How to confidently dive into DIY + Power Tools

MAKE SPACE — A Home Design Show by Never Skip Brunch

03:16 min | 1 year ago

DIY Girl Power: How to confidently dive into DIY + Power Tools

"My weight wet for this week. Is that a woman invented one of the first ever circular saws. So that's a fun fact to have in your back pocket. If you're ever underestimated as a girl for using power tools or diy ing but at the time is around eighteen ten and there was a lot of inventing happening and so a lot of these inventions happened kind of simultaneously in different parts of the world where people invented really similar things but like totally independently of each other which is really interesting. So in America more specifically in Massachusetts a woman named Tabitha Babbitt is credited for having invented a circular saw entirely of her own volition around eighteen ten. She basically got the idea while watching two guys. Struggling with a pit saw and at the time those sauce could only cut like in one direction so it made ripping logs terribly terribly. Tedious and annoying. So they'd waistline basically half their energy moving the saw back and forth only cutting on one stroke so it was super inefficient so she basically noticed this and she was determined to make saw that would waste less time be way more efficient so she created this notched disk and rigged to spin with a pedal push of her spinning wheel. How inventive is this? And so basically it. With this invention would could be cut with a fraction of the time and effort. It took to use these pit sauce so I just thought that was super interesting and I think it's funny. How like she used something. That was like classically stereotypically. A woman's role like spinning wheels and applied that to a different field of like manual labor. Were men. Were doing most of the work and then something amazing came out of it so I think it's just a cool reminder when we're talking about like girl power and empowerment within DIY and being in a space set has been male dominated that like not only. Do we have a place in the industry as women? But it's also like we're coming into this to change the game my goal in empowering women to diy. Isn't that like we are just doing it. The same fitting ourselves into an existing place but that we're like reinventing and doing it on our own terms and for me that means like I wanNA look cute while I'm working on stuff. I don't WanNa wear like gross men's word clothing like I want to do it but do it. Cute so you can find me like doing woodworking with my magnetic eyelashes on in a full face of makeup. Because that's just like who I am and that's part of what empowers me and I don't feel like those. Two things are contradictory so just a word of encouragement here. That like do things on your own terms changed the game and if there's parts of like the DIY making woodworking space that make you feel like uncomfortable. You don't have to try to squeeze yourself in and make it fit. You can just do it differently so I talked about this with. Joanie and one of her tips is like orderonline. If you going to stores makes you uncomfortable and you feel out of place and you feel Underestimated than just by this stuff online instead so anyway being home and having all this time to reflect. I thought that fun fact was a good life lesson for us as girls in this space.

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Princess Diana's Niece Kitty Spencer Converting to Judaism for Soon-To-Be Husband Michael Lewis

Unorthodox

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Princess Diana's Niece Kitty Spencer Converting to Judaism for Soon-To-Be Husband Michael Lewis

"Lady Kitty Spencer. Princess Diana's niece who apparently according to various British reports is going to convert to Judaism She's marrying a Jewish fashion tycoon. More than twice her age. According to The Times of London Lady Kitty Spencer. A twenty nine year old model. GotTa give to Michael Lewis. Sixty one year old chair of the Foscarini group in December. Not The author. Michael Lewis not who leaving Tabitha Soren former MTV news for percents. Don't even say that pooh-pooh Kim Hoorah for very specific subset of royal watchers. Who are Jewish like. This is like catnip. This is the perfect thing. It's sort of like how Meghan Markle's I wish there was a whole thing of like is Meghan markle Jewish that was like a few days of of speculation on the Jewish Internet. Yeah I mean. I don't really care about this. I'll be perfectly honest. I just think that it's I liked marvel at the fact that like this is the stuff of headlines. We don't really run this kind of blog at tablet anymore but like there is a world in which this generates headlines for like at least three days. I'm well on the record over the years I've written about his royal watching especially for an American proud citizen of a country that fought a war to get rid of royals and to not have to bow and shit before them. Royal watching an American is sad to begin with Amen. If you'RE GONNA watch if you're going to be obsessed with them out of some sort of weird deep Anglo Philip Pathology. We want them to be sort of like dysfunctional church of England like like drunk in dysfunctional wasps. Like I don't want I want there to be no Jews in the royal family. I want them to be this like fabulous train wreck of what happens. Through centuries of high church Y Anglo Inbreeding you see kids. That's why we fought a war right the idea that we want them to kind of that. We Ju- sort of want to sneak in through marriage through conversion on no way this like we will be off running. Hollywood and the media and electing Bernie Sanders President or having jared Kushner baked peas or whatever we do in America. Were Jews. Get to do it up. We that. That's our bag. The royal bag is being like stiff. Upper lipped GIN tonic addled extramarital affair having Weirdos and I want nothing to do with that exact these I think might be your most controversial take yet or the one that's GonNa get you into the most trouble and I look forward to it but I don't think I wholeheartedly. I hate you. Fine Century MELTSA Leila Mark. But I don't think people wash because they like want to be I mean there's a fascination we watch and we watch from a distance from an ocean away Understanding that this is not our culture but just finding a fascination in the pomp and the pageantry and. I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I think you're inferring. A lot of weird things onto people who just like to watch a pretty wedding fine but then it's not a Jewish wedding that that's not the wedding we want to watch. We've seen enough Jewish weddings. We've been to Leonard's of great neck I disagree they do a great Bat Mitzvah. The thing about the royal family over the years is that like it's basically become a reality show right like all day thing about William and Kate's wedding. We can watch it. There's no reason why we can't see ourselves in that world because they're they become so much a part of our world so I think it's I'm all for it. I love my Jewish relatives too much. I love the Big Jewish family too much to wish any of us into that family but all the sparkling thing into the most useless family on the face of this plan south. No

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"tabitha " Discussed on 3X Value Growth

3X Value Growth

10:50 min | 1 year ago

"tabitha " Discussed on 3X Value Growth

"I come to you as always from New Hampshire and I always start the show with a piece of Trivia about the state of New Hampshire. Did you know that the very first free republic library in the entire United States was established in Peterborough New Hampshire in eighteen. Thirty three the very first who knew. And that's why I share these Trivia facts. Today I am joined by Tabitha laser. Welcome Tabitha thank you for having me. I'm delighted to have have you today. You're not calling from an office. Where are you calling in from? Yeah so I'm actually camping with my children for Thanksgiving Week so so I'm out at Houston lakes campgrounds and calling you from the car parked right outside of our tent. Well well that's a unique one for me but welcome thank you so much for taking the time from your vacation to join us for those of you. Who Don't know Tabitha? Let me give you a little bit of her background. Tabitha laser is the author of organizational culture killers. She's also the CEO of Ta Laser Consulting and a multifaceted sedate professional with over twenty five years of leadership experience with government fortune five hundred and startup organizations. Now she shares. Here's her learnings on the journey to inspiring others to lead beyond their best. Welcome again Tabitha. Thank you I'm again N.. Very excited to be here and share some information with your listeners. Perfect so the title for our seven question interview is sustainable. Growth requires a strong foundation Dacian and culture that can withstand change scale efficiently and consistently deliver success. You're on the same page with me. I can't wait to you. See what you're going to share with us today. This is great and we'll do this in seven minutes was seven questions. Are you ready rapid fire. Here we go so Tabitha the WHO's your ideal client my ideal client as someone who's open to change and has the courage to. Oh except those things that aren't always easy to accept so the things that they don't have control of actually acknowledging that and getting the right stakeholders and place but really it's anybody it'd be a small business a middle sized business that government. I'm working with some countries actually to improve their Over all organizational culture foundation so it's early any size as long as they have the courage to do what's necessary to make the changes excellent so number two. What is the problem that you're actually solving for them? And I'm I'm thinking. More specifically of middle market companies. Not Whole country's yeah so the problem I generally solve is helping them. Identify the gaps in their current management system if they even have one most most middle management companies do but they don't always understand the gaps that were built inexpensively if they started small and grew quickly. So I helped him identified fighters gaps and then also understand their culture to know where there's opportunities for improvement perfect so the third question building on. That is what are the typical symptoms of this problem. That you see that they are talking about or that you see them experiencing. Yeah this is this is one if you talk about senior leaders and owners bringing me into work with them generally. It's what's wrong with our workforce what are they doing right eight. And it's usually pretty eye opening when I do a culture assessment and tied him with a gap assessment against their actual requirements. which often they don't even know what they they are? They might have three different versions just on their own. But it's what's wrong with our culture what's wrong with our people and it's rarely early. What are we doing wrong? We need to work on big difference so that built into my fourth question. What do you see the mistakes that these owners are making when they tried to address this on their own? Yeah so if you're trying to blame or point fingers of blame for your operational failures or inability to meet your expectations and you're trying nine point fingers of blame often what happens. Is You identify the symptoms right. I wrote something on this further lengthened just recently if I have a fever the favors symptom of my body's fighting something bad and illness or infection. It's very similar into senior leadership or anyone trying to point those fingers of blame to others may say oh. That's a bad manager. Oh that's bad employer. Oh it's about culture but by getting rid of that manager and not actually looking at the foundation which is the senior leadership or level organization station wide level by not identifying the actual root of the problem and just identifying symptoms. What you end up doing is basically putting that cold towel on your forehead right? You feel better. Fever may go down. You take some tylenol but ultimately you're still sick your organization still unhealthy not. You're not identifying. What all the deadly practices erotic? Aiding them you're just treating the symptoms perfect. It's absolutely true and symptoms are totally different from the underlying problems until you even acknowledged that they're they're the symptoms mean nothing. They're not gonNA help you until you knowledge is that there's something more behind them so building on that number five. What is one valuable free action that you can recommend to our listeners? So so that they can help start to solve this problem and therefore add more value to their own business. Yes so one thing discuss in my book is what I call Ecoles. It's operating and performance all inclusive leadership system. So it's a management system kind of on steroids but at the same time fit for purpose. So something they could do for free as you know. Look at the book and look at the high level gap assessment criteria and go through that and say where do we have gaps. Do we even talk about management of change. What is that the middle companies that aren't chemical or oil and gas? Don't even know what that is so go through that list and see if you have gaps if you do those are the big ticket items so then you can drill down further and that's free. I mean just in the book and go through it on your own and that's powerful because they can take immediate action on their own to diagnose where they're at and it's they can do they don't even need to hire you to do that to Suppo- I know that you told me that you have a free e book. How can people people find that right? So if they go to my website TA LASER DOT com there is something called the journey and the journey is to better to creating a better future and better leaders and if they commit to better on my website which is really a personal commitment. They get thirty minutes conversation with me if they want they can schedule it. And they also get the free e book so I'm giving a free consultation and a free e book to anyone who's interested if they have questions on the books if they have questions about their management system or gaps or leadership. I'm here to help and try to get others to join me on the journey to better the journey to better. That's excellent so my last question for you Timothy is. What's one question? I should have asked that. I didn't what would that question be in the answer. Please leases well. Yeah so question. I think needs to be asked more authentic is. Why is it so important to get our foundation right from the get go right and especially for the middle level companies? You've already grown. You've already got your management system in place or not right so you're arty kind of behind the ball a little bit if you don't have a really strong foundation in place and that's important if you imagine your organization as a building being built on a foundation and if that foundations on sand right and you don't have a very strong foundation as you grow which you want to grow quickly right you grow to the large organizations as you grow and as additional pressures are applied which happens as you grow if if you don't have a solid foundation that weight that pressure of growth is gonNA start causing cracks in the foundation just like a house just like a building and if you don't have a strong foundation built with those cracks you're gonNA end up putting a lot of resources and time into trying to to prepare those cracks right. It's also going to harm your culture which your culture is ultimately responsible for delivering success of any organization initiation. So if you're harming your culture and your out there applying all these resources that you are wasting time money effort on. Because she didn't do it right to begin with ultimately what's going to happen just like a building or the poor foundation is your organization's going to crumble. It's GONNA fail. That's not sustainable. You need to get it right now. The good thing a middle level company is that you're not so far behind the ball that it's almost impossible to fix your in a place right now. Where if you identify those gaps and really again have the courage to take the actions it's necessary to fix your foundations like pouring a new one you will be able to grow sustainably for ever if you put the right processes in place? That's great. Thank you so much for such valuable information. Today it's been a pleasure to have you on the three value growth podcasts. Thank you again. Thank thank you for having me if anybody has any questions. Please reach out. Perfect thank you. Thanks for checking out the three x value growth. podcast if you like what we're doing here head over items and subscribe leave us a review or rate us. It's very much appreciated. And if you'd like to learn more about the three x value growth model go to W._W._w.. Three X value growth dot com forward slash modeled for the P._D._f...

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Urinary Tract Infection, Tabitha And Phoenix Business Journal discussed on Arizona's Morning News

Arizona's Morning News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Urinary Tract Infection, Tabitha And Phoenix Business Journal discussed on Arizona's Morning News

"What are the valley's most well known residents has passed away grumpy cat, the famous feline from Morristown became an internet and marketing sensation because of her perpetual frowny face can spread to so many people, and she's a cat. That's grumpy cat's owner Tabitha abundant talking to the Phoenix business journal few years ago, grumpy cat's real name was tartar sauce or family posted on social media this morning that she passed away after developing complications from a urinary tract infection. The announcement also stated that grumpy cat has helped millions of people smile all around the world even when times for

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"tabitha " Discussed on True Crime Recaps

True Crime Recaps

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"tabitha " Discussed on True Crime Recaps

"Hi there you found true crime recaps. This is the only podcast delivering quick fixed. Busy chur crime attics who don't have time to get all obsessive. But still wanna discuss this crazy shit with a fellow addict, welcome friend. I'm your host, Amy Townsend. And I can't wait to tell you the latest, but I'm gonna keep it diet because I know you got blazes to be today. We're talking about a missing girl named Tabitha tutors at first I'll cover the who what and win of this case. And then we'll discuss the nitty gritty highlights because God knows I play of theories, and I'm sure you will too. Now this happened almost sixteen years ago. And there have been a lot of twists and turns in those years, but your girls get a boil this investigation down to thirty minutes because the new season of game of thrones is on. And it's almost Easter Lord knows those eggs aren't gonna hide themselves. But this is a good one. So stick with me. And we'll keep it short on Tuesday. April twenty ninth two thousand and three thirteen year old Tabitha tutors walked out the door of her house in east Nashville, Tennessee at about seven fifty a m she walked three blocks to catch the bus to Bailey middle school. She didn't get on the bus, and she was never seen again somewhere in that short walk. She was Liam Niessen taken. That's the who what and went. Now, let's get into the nitty gritty a Tabah was born to Debra and bowed Tudor on February fifteenth nineteen ninety they already had a grown son Kevin and a grown daughter Jamie who had two kids of her own by that time. So Tabitha was something of a surprise. But kind of not really because according to the parents they were trying. Here's a fun fact habit. That means Khazal, and according to everything they've said, she was full of energy. So the name totally fit her personality, but her parents nickname for her was boo. The tutors family lived, and they still live in a little house in east Nashville on a street called Lillian. We're gonna pause here. So I can tell you a little more about east Nashville because the neighborhood plays a weirdly big part in this case. And it's important that you get the big picture today. East Nashville is about twelve years into a sweeping. Vacation that still going on? But it's definitely on the gentrified side at this point houses in this area sell for roughly four hundred thousand to a million dollars. And you could barely drive down the street without hitting a property brother or a house hunter or some other HDTV star east Nashville has been touted as the hippest neighborhood in the country by publications like the Wall Street Journal, obviously the latest word on what's hip, and like other magazines. I can't remember at the moment. But I promise you totally heard of it's a very cool neighborhood now but back in two thousand three when Tabitha disappeared. It was absolutely. The kind of neighborhood you could imagine a thirteen year old being kidnapped in. I mean, it was a total shithole dangerous ugly. Just awful, no one from the rest of the city wanted to come across the bridge that connects east Nashville to downtown and the other neighborhoods. Just to give you an accurate picture of what I mean when I say dangerous ugly and awful five sex offenders lived with an Amal of Tabitha's house. One live just seven hundred thirty nine feet away from her bedroom. These were bad people, not just your normal. I got on the sex offender lists because I urinated in a public place kind of sex offender. No, these are actual sex offenders, for example, on her street were a husband and wife who had raped minor. A man convicted of molesting his own children. Another man convicted of kidnapping and rape and still another who is known to actively attempt to seduce children in that area by offering them bikes to ride. I mean, this place was crappy in tablet. His parents knew it they worried about her walking around the neighborhood alone. And when she wanted to go down the block and see friends after school or on the weekend. One of them would watch her walk to the friend's house and watch her walk back. Tabas mom was also like totally understandably as it turns out worried about her walking the three blocks to catch the bus to school in the mornings because she was at work. She wasn't there to watch her. In fact, she told her repeatedly not to wait for the bus by herself on fourteenth impossible. If there were any other kids waiting Tabitha should keep walking one block further down basketball to fifteenth street and catch the best there. Incidentally, I live in this area and took video of the entire walk Tabitha took from her house to both bus stops. You can check it out on our YouTube channel at true crime. Recaps if you want to really get a firsthand look at the possibly the last walk tapa ever took but east Nashville wasn't all sex offenders and kidnappings. There are also some good things going on may. Mainly in the music scene. Quick. Disclaimer, this doesn't have anything to do with Tabitha's case. But it is extremely interesting and totally warrants and unrelated tangent only about five blocks away from Tabitha's house was a dive bar called slow bar and many people say it helped to kick off each Nashville's gentrification because it helped lure people across the bridge to listen to the upcoming bands. They booked their we're talking bands like Ryan Adams, the shins kings of Leon Jason is bell and the black keys. They're all playing on this tiny stage for like a hundred bucks show. And you thought Nashville was only

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Why aren't there more women at the front of the room?

The Frankie Boyer Show

05:04 min | 2 years ago

Why aren't there more women at the front of the room?

"Had an event last night where a filmmaker female filmmaker and women that created the film, and it's it's about women in in the cannabis industry, and they were all gathered outside of Boston and Worcester. And the conversation became why are women not. That prevalent in many corporations in many, not just the cannabis industry. There's a lack of women, and when you look at who's running this country when you look at the CEO's when you look at leadership. It's blatant. It's not fair. The question becomes why? And joining us today, his Tabitha means and Tabitha. Welcome to the program. You are the founder and CEO spirits landing. And first of all explain to us. I love how you got the name of the company explained to us a little bit about the analogy of an aeroplane hovering over the the runway. Please. Yes. And my life. I've been very fortunate to be able to travel and so much of the world. And those travel, you know, there was a lot of comedy nominators with women in my opinion. That would not. What I'd like to see it relates to identifying your yourself from an intellectual point of view on me have been were identify more from the physical, and the outwith Cuenca view, and my traveling twenty to give back to the world thinking about, you know, having a daughter of my own airplanes all the time when I thought about that. That's what it is. When I was traveling and coming back to LA in a moment. I was watching the air traffic controllers kind of guide the plane in or have a circling around circling round. Sure about that. That's that's what it feels like these young people young women just kinda out there if you will in meeting someone guide, and like an air, Cheka controller and have their spirits and their soul. Grand depends someone guide them because it shared journey at your work. But. You know, the one kind of Bieber to guide you down or to land. It's something I wanted to do and that kind of having names given. So when you first. Started this company you you were trying because you had this opportunity at a young age. What do you feel is missing in young women's lives today? I think the biggest thing that I've found that if the big accommodate now mater is literally self esteem, and the is that what you are able to do what you do what you are capable of doing. Or Jeff is great as male energy. Awesome times women aren't giving that same permission. We're going up to being. Whatever you want to be that. It's limitless. We we are having this conversation at a time when. I I'm not sure I could have survived social media as a child. It was such a rough childhood for me. My dad died when I was thirteen and I was overweight, and I was miserable. And I mean, it was a really rough patch for me. I had a very strong mother who is able to navigate in handle me. And because of her love and support. I am the woman that I am today. And I'm very fortunate very very fortunate and very blessed as I look back, but not everyone has that kind of a connection to their mothers and not everyone has the support. So tell us about your mission and what you're looking for. And how you want to help young women. Problem nation is to nurture the growth and development of young girls and women our age range for leadership academy is twelve to twenty nine and we do this at providing all the tools that they need to discover their own greatness. Transplant obstacles because that's part of all of our growth. It's how we handle our challenges obstacles. And we helped ladies become well rounded leaders who can contribute exceptionally to the world in our social economic society. I agree with you. I had an amazing mother. Help me navigate the world. And gave me great opportunity. I have met with a lots of young women who did not have that as well. And that's part of a mission that this is a place from lighthouse is playing the place, you can find a place for you to workshop

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"tabitha " Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"And I don't do things when I can't win and the truth of the matter is somebody needs to be willing to lose the best thing that could happen for the Republican party right now is somebody stop up who's willing to lose. Either lose the primary challenge to Trump because the party is is gone. So far off in my view off the deepened or lose to a democrat. Because sometimes the healthiest thing is to lose. Like, this is a lesson our kids need sometimes the healthiest thing is to lose a game. Right. And for us as adult sometimes the healthiest thing is to not get the job or go through the divorce or. Whatever sometimes you need to lose. And we are in a space right now. I believe as a coalition of people who have gravitated toward conservative policies, for whatever reason where we need a great big instructive loss well in here's why here's what I would add to that. Because it shifts when we say we need somebody to step up and be okay with losing. Because it's important because it moves the conversation about campaigns away from the transactional exercise. We've you them as right? Yeah. It acknowledges that campaigns are part of our culture, they contribute to our societal conversations in real and permanent ways. It acknowledges that they are sort of this free standing exercise that we need to stop treating as just the transaction to get to the winner. Right. I mean because they go on for. So long. They're just a part of the air, we breathe and the way we treat campaigns the way we engage in campaigns. It leaves a permanent impact. And so it's important. How those campaigns are run in the conversations that happen in those campaigns are essential. And so when we think about them that way, then it's not just about a well, you're doing it. 'cause you're gonna lose participated in this exercise that leaves permanent impact on our culture, and our society, and our politics and our government, even if you do not win. And so I think that's what's important. Also, a very good transition to Tabitha Eisner who I think might be the first person I ever heard talk about campaigns that way, and I haven't stopped thinking about since you've read my mind, Sarah. Because when I was thinking this morning about what is sort of the theme of Mitt Romney for me. It is that I've been in the kitchen a lot. That's why kitchen metaphors probably in my mind, but what you put in the oven. Bakes? You know, you can't. Have Joe that you put raisins than and he put in the oven? And you say, we'll not raisin Brad. It's just Brad. With some raisins in it. I'm gonna pick raisins out later. And I think that's what's happened to the Republican party where people want to say, well, we're not the party of Trump. It's just that Trump is the president right now. And we're getting our things done through him. No. It's still raisin bread. You can't pick out the tweets, and you can't out the racism and the nationalism. You can't just pick stuff out. It's in there. It's baked in. And I think that if we if I have one like plea with everybody who campaigns. It's to understand that what you put in the oven bake. So Mitt Romney has done some things over time that I think are pretty inconsistent with his personal values and philosophy. And unfortunately, you can't just pick those things out. It doesn't mean we don't let people make mistakes or that. We don't allow people not to evolve. But I think it does mean and part of what I like about him starting his Senate career this way that who you are through and through matter. There's and I think that that's what's so wonderful about what Tabitha Eisner has done. And so before you hear from her reflecting on her race. We're gonna share her concession speech, which if you didn't hear our initial interview with her which will put in the show notes, her concession speech really helps you understand what she was trying to do and how she was out there trying to campaign, and then we'll follow up with her after that..

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"tabitha " Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"tabitha " Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Movin ninety two point five. Public library. This is how can I help you? Yeah. Hey tabitha. I have a complaint, and I'd like to speak to somebody in charge. Well, you about it. Okay. So this is the library, correct? Correct. Right. And I was in there earlier this morning, and I could not believe my eyes. What did you think? Well, I saw signs and posters with your new slogan. Hooked on books. Yeah. That's that's funny slogan. We have to get kids and adults engaged and reading interesting. Interesting choice of words, you think hooked on books is a funny slogan. Yeah. Yeah. I do. Yeah. I'll tell you who it's not funny to people like me a recovering addict. Dont books Dari. Why you're laughing at this? Okay. I guess I just never heard of the term recovering book at it. Really you work at the library. And I've never heard that term. No, I I haven't. Well, it was about six years ago. When I first got hooked on books. I started reading the great Gatsby and the adventures of fan and the next thing, you know, I wasn't coming home at night. Didn't see my family for weeks because I just had to read everything. Well, I do say so and you wanna know why that was my life for so long. I don't know why. Because I was hooked on books. Well, maybe you had an healthy relationship with reading. I don't know. Well, that's an understatement. Unhealthy isn't even the word was worse. Dove into the cooking section like a hungry little Caterpillar. I mean, I wasn't even interested in making those meals. I just read the recipes. That's how bad it got their worst addiction. In the romance novels. That was when I really started to hit bottom. I mean. That's not a bad thing to really love reading digitize. My family had to pull out a missing persons report. Because I was at a grocery store in the book section for days. That's where they have all the good romance novels. Well, now, we know and yet. Now, you know, your family loves, you know, I don't know them anymore. They don't talk to me more because I was hooked on books. I started hoarding books in the corner of the library and making my own sections. I collected two hundred twenty four books of animals that I'd like to wrestle does that sound normal to you this whole conversation doesn't sound normal to me exactly because I was like you guys are promoting hooked on books. It's it's not a lifestyle. Oh, sure. Okay. And I'm sure they say that the heroin addicts too. I hardly think you could compare reading books to heroin. The big difference. Books are healthy for you. Okay. Well, you can't say books are healthy for you intil. You've been like me read one book, and you read another and the next thing, you know, you're begging a stranger on the street to take off his shirt, so you can read the tag in all kinds of bargaining happens at that point. Well. It sounds like your issue is. And knowing that that word. Yeah. Stay away from the library. My issue is what I said, look, I've got the edge. I suggest that you see someone for professional help here. What you're saying? So you're saying I should come down there and give you twenty bucks and you'll let me read a book. No, fifty bucks. I'll take all the money. I'm a lifesaver. Give me one book just the book. I really have to go is getting uncomfortable. If I could just get a book from you. Shakes turn. Phone call then. Oh, your co worker James set you up. This is actually Jubal from Brooke and Jubal in the morning doing a photo on you. It's a joke. Oh my God. I am going to tell them. Oh my God. You guys work at the library. If you don't if you don't kill James the books will. I to get on the phone with you. No uncomfortable. Phone if you're just giving me a book..

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Hood Canal Bridge, Tabitha Sexton and Seattle discussed on Ron and Don

Ron and Don

01:37 min | 3 years ago

Hood Canal Bridge, Tabitha Sexton and Seattle discussed on Ron and Don

"Car have been fired after a lengthy. Investigation into last fall shooting interim chief Carmen best said officers can Martin and. Tabitha Sexton threaten public safety and they shot at the stolen car. Twenty seven times a man accused of trying to put mayor in a chokehold has turned himself. Into King County authorities detective say, the man confronted mayor Jimmy Madda over the city sanctuary city status a family was shot at by. Driver in the car behind them it happened as they waited for, the hood canal bridge to reopen this morning to Chelsea. Hudson the daughters were in the backseat both of them were asleep and the, dad was actually leaned across the seat towards the passenger, side he was. Looking at a map and when the shots were. Fired they missed both girls and they also miss the dad one, of the bullets, of which, went through. The headrest out the front windshield. A person in a car behind the. Gunman was Also shot at and grazed by a bullet investigators, say the. Gunman then killed killed himself the Seattle mayor's office, saying ten new streetcars ordered for fifty two million dollars they may be too big for the track and. The maintenance yard the cost of the whole expansion project has already risen from about one hundred fifty dollars hundred fifty million dollars to about two hundred million Washington state ferries is installing a cell phone repeater to prevent those dropped calls. On one of its new Olympic class boats ferries is not in the cellphone. Business and we hope that the providers you know decide that maybe. They want to reach out over the water Mary spokesman Ian Stirling spoke with KIRO seven are. You going out for sushi you, better bring a little more cash Bloomberg reports only New York City has higher sushi prices than Seattle..

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President Trump, President and Vladimir Putin discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:42 min | 3 years ago

President Trump, President and Vladimir Putin discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Is backtracking on comments he made Monday appearing to side with Russian President Vladimir Putin instead of his own intelligence agencies about Russia's meddling in the thousand sixteen election let me begin by saying, that once again full faith and, support for America's intelligence. Agencies I have full faith in our intelligence agencies so some Republican lawmakers say the damage is already done and others want to know what Trump talked about in that two hour meeting with Putin others are worried the president damage the. US has relations with NATO members on his overseas trip house speaker Paul Ryan let me try and be as clear as I can to the. World of the country we stand by our NATO allies and all those countries who are facing Russia aggression but GOP leaders. Have been careful to comment without criticizing Trump directly and the house yesterday rejected a resolution that. Would have rebuked to the president. For his Marks special counsel Robert Muller's team has asked judge. T S Ellis in, Virginia to grant immunity to and protect the identities five. Individuals who are set to testify. Against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort Muller's team says identifying the individuals would result in the risk of their undue harassment a House Republican. Has won her runoff election in Alabama after, battling questions about her loyalty to President Trump. And lay of criticism she leveled at the. President when he was, running for office two years ago congresswoman Martha Roby defeated a former democratic congressman turned Republican Bobby bright who had argued that. He was the better choice to. Support the Trump agenda Roby now faces a political newcomer democrat Tabitha is. Ner, in, November well this sounds like an internship made in heaven for maybe a teen who can't. Seem to get out of bed or their.

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Infant dies of whooping cough in San Bernardino County

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 3 years ago

Infant dies of whooping cough in San Bernardino County

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump says, heels l. sinking meeting with Russian leader. Vladimir Putin was a great success. Despite news reports to the contrary Trump says he misspoke when he said he didn't see why Russia would tamper in the 2016 US election and agrees with US intelligence agency that had happened NPR's miles Parker has US house speaker. Paul Ryan's reaction to the controversy. Paul Ryan says he is not yet spoken of President Trump's that remarkable press conference in Helsinki Trump called Putin's denials of election, interference, strong and powerful. Ryan said repeatedly, there is no moral quivalent between the US and Russia. I understand the desire and the need to have good relations. That's perfectly reasonable. But Russia is a medicine government that does not share interests and it does not share values, and I think it should be made very, very clear. Ryan also says, special counsel, Robert Muller should be able to continue investigation into Russian election, ferrets miles parks, NPR. Our news, the capitol Republican congresswoman, Martha Roby has defeated her challenger and Ronald for the GOP nomination in Alabama's second congressional district, Kyle Gass at of Troy public radio reports that President Trump was among the first people who Roby thanked during her acceptance, speech. It wasn't a sure bet that Martha Roby would win the runoff or get the backing of the president. During the presidential campaign Robie had called candidate Trump unacceptable and said, she wouldn't vote for him after the release of the access Hollywood video. Despite being snubbed Trump endorsed Roby last month in the runoff and Tuesday night. She explained why it's important because we have a shared conservative agenda that we're working together to get these policies across the finish line for the American people Roby will run against democrat Tabitha Eisner in the general election in a district that went heavily for President Trump in two thousand sixteen for NPR news on Kyle Gasset in Montgomery. MGM resorts international is doing hundreds of victims of the mass shooting outside his Mandalay bay hotel in Las Vegas in order to limit its liability in the attack attorney. Robert Egland who represents more than thousand victim says MGM is starting to to law called. The safety act is reason why it should be exempt from damages. Repreive companies to assist the federal government in preventing terrorist attacks. So they get special train, has an incentive for these security companies to do that. They get certain immunities and restrictions on what people can sue them for types of damages, the amount of images. All kinds of restrictions says he finds reprehensible to sue people who are grieving the deaths of loved ones and survivors still coping with physical and emotional trauma must Vegas gunman. Stephen paddock killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds more before killing himself. This is NPR news. About a dozen members of congress are opposing new US tariffs on Canadian newsprint. The lawmakers told a US International Trade Commission hearing the publication's in their home states face danger. If the tariff on paper products is made permanent, Alabama Senator. Doug Jones says that while some media outlets have adapted to the digital age, many parts of the country are struggling for access to broadband the Trump administration ordered the tariff in response to a complaint that Canadian competitors get government subsidies that allow them to sell their paper products at below market prices and California, Public health officials are preparing for possible outbreak of hoping cough. Daniel Carson reports that a case in San Bernardino county marks the first time the disease has killed an infant in the state in two years whooping cough. Outbreaks tend to hit California every three to five years. There have been almost eighteen hundred cases so far this year, four years ago, there were eleven thousand. The number of whooping cough cases. Nationwide has been climbing over the past decade the centers for disease control and prevention pins, much of the blame on parents who decided not to inoculate their kids because it might cause autism a theory, the CDC says, has been discredited by a mountain of studies. Karen Smith director of California's public health department calls the San Bernardino baby's death tragedy. She says, quote, no baby should die from vaccine preventable disease for NPR news. I'm Danielle Carson in Pasadena, California on stock markets in Asia shares closed mixed higher in Tokyo. I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington.

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"tabitha " Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"tabitha " Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Him he got busy and there's just a lot of people how does table and that big okay well back off and i never had a chance to talk to him but a song and this is like i has said the four years ago a little older little greater but still pretty good shape things considered filling out of course you got a tribute there's a be which fanfare gonna like a comment on but there's a band think or be which fans and he's one of the it's like one of the most of by getting a couple years ago yeah and he's he he he look a little thinner but when he got up to receive this award it was very has roy or the no formal thing but they were to and he is cracking lies with that people hosting the event his comic timing was but let them you know he look for you know little more worn but he still had the same rhythm and timing that he had is doctor bomba a i forget which so far for it was the passion kept in ran it out again yards longer not a doctor bound you got to do that as for every and he also was on the show tabitha and that's right um bench right after got yeah he appeared he will lisa hartman the lisa hartman tabitha lee bartman temple for and the which is counsell had taken a shifts from the time of be which where the idea of a mix marriage worth which and mortal was totally on by the time tabitha becomes an adult they had gone from excepting to almost promoting down the so they wanted to see more of that so they can be accepted amongst the more goals and at that point doctor bomb babe makes an appearance but he has a nurse that's a mortal and they may wind up getting married yeah but they they they had kind this taken.

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